Lincoln Electric Reveals SEMA Lineup
Lincoln Electric has announced details of its lineup of products and attractions at this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Running from November 3-6, the SEMA show is the Specialty Equipment Market Association’s signature trade event and Lincoln Electric will be displaying its range of MIG, TIG and robotic welders.
Additionally, visitors to Lincoln Electric’s booth, #24643, can explore the products that elite race teams, hot rod and bike builders use in their own custom builds and repairs and meet celebrity designers/builders during special guest appearances.
Custom hot rod and motorcycle builder and TV personality Bryan Fuller will appear in the Lincoln Electric booth on Wednesday, Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. to noon. Fuller is the owner of Fuller Moto in Atlanta; co-author and publisher of the step-by-step instruction book Full-Bore Welding and host of “Naked Speed” on the Velocity Network.
Renowned female welder Jessi Combs will greet fans in the Lincoln Electric booth on Thursday, Nov. 5, from 10 a.m. to noon. Combs—who set the women’s land speed record in 2013, is the face of Lincoln Electric’s women’s welding gear line. She currently hosts Autoblog’s video web series “The List—1,001 Car Things To Do Before You Die” with Patrick McIntyre.
Chip Foose, owner and Chief Designer of Foose Design in Huntington Beach, Calif., will appear in the Lincoln Electric booth on Friday, Nov. 6, from 10 a.m. to noon. The award-winning designer and fabricator currently stars on the television series “Overhaulin’” on the Velocity Network.
Mike Lavallee from airbrush studio Killer Paint in Snohomish, Wash., will be in the Lincoln Electric booth Tuesday through Friday afternoons. He will showcase his talent by airbrushing Lincoln Electric car hoods during his appearances. Lavallee is world renowned for his True Fire technique, which has been featured on several television shows, including “Hot Rod TV,” “Overhaulin’” and “Rides.”
In addition to meeting the top names in the automotive design and fabricating industry, visitors to Lincoln Electric’s booth also will want to make time to check out the company’s latest product offerings.
The Aspect 375 TIG welder is the perfect choice for mission critical welds, especially on applications that must stand up to the most rigorous testing requirements. It meets the demanding quality standards of the aerospace, motorsports, shipbuilding, education and fabrication industries. Extremely fast arc response and stability provide for the smoothest and most efficient weld possible.
Auto-Mate pre-engineered robotic cells are ideal for small manufacturers or job shops that don’t plan on staying small forever. These affordable cells enable users to implement automated welding quickly and easily. Both of the new pre-engineered robotic welding systems—Auto-Mate 5 and Auto-Mate 10—are set up for MIG and flux-cored welding processes.
Along with these new products, the Lincoln Electric booth will feature welding and cutting demonstrations highlighting the company’s latest technology, all of which is designed to help users save time and money while producing top-quality fabrications. Stop by the booth to see the following products in action:
- Power MIG 210 MP Multi-Process Welder;
- Tomahawk 1000 Plasma Cutter;
- TIG welding with Wilson Manifolds;
- Auto-Mate pre-engineered robotic welding cells.
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